elope


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Synonyms for elope

Synonyms for elope

run away secretly with one's beloved

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Marc Friedman, VP North America commented, "Following their competitive vendor selection process, we were absolutely delighted that elope selected DeSL.
49 percent of children with ASD attempted to elope at least once after age 4.
The 40-year-old said they planned to elope to Gretna Green and get married because her parents didn't approve of their relationship.
The pair took the 1991 Caulfield and Melbourne Cups with Let's Elope, who won 11 of her 26 races and earned over A$3m.
The couple will elope together, leaving wheelchair-bound Jim heartbroken at home.
But they are not planning a big Hollywood wedding - they are set to elope when the time is right.
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Theroux is said to be keen on a ceremony back in Hollywood but the 'Friends' star, 43, is keen to elope.
First they try to elope to escape their interfering mothers, but are stopped.
There she sees his wife, the beautiful Helen, as she and the visitor Paris fall in love and elope, taking Menelaus's treasure and his young son with them in an act of treachery.
Steve says: When we were at dinner with friends a year ago Wendy said that if she ever got married she'd have to elope as she couldn't cope with the fuss and the bother.
So many residents elope that his firm established a sub-specialty to handle plaintiff's cases.